The Future Circular Collider workshop combined the fourth FCC physics week with the kick-off event for the EU-funded Horizon 2020 FCC Innovation Study.
Leybold’s Tom Kammermeier on the German manufacturer’s long-range bet on hyperloop vacuum-based transportation systems.
After two years of intense work, accelerator physicists are cooling the LHC to operational temperatures and eyeing the final stretch of the road to Run 3.
China's superconducting proton accelerator is designed to drive a future subcritical reactor for nuclear-energy generation.
Presented by Alberto Di Meglio, this webinar will introduce the new CERN Quantum Technology Initiative, give an overview of the laboratory’s R&D activities and plans in this fiel...
The TOOLS 2020 conference attracted around 200 phenomenologists and experimental physicists to work on numerical tools for dark-matter models, and more.
Studies at CERN’s CLOUD experiment reveal that part-per-trillion-by-volume iodine levels in marine regions lead to rapid formation of iodic acid particles
As the Daya Bay reactor-neutrino experiment is dismantled, JUNO is gearing up to measure the neutrino mass hierarchy.
The new collaboration will work to realise the full potential of the coming generation of high-performance computing technology for data-intensive science.
Mait Müntel left physics to found Lingvist, an education company harnessing big data and artificial intelligence to accelerate language learning.
Join the audience for a live webinar with Manuela Cirilli, CERN's deputy head of knowledge transfer.
A UK team is adapting a low-cost ventilator developed at CERN for clinical use in the fight against COVID-19.
Brookhaven National Laboratory has successfully tested a second Nb3Sn quadrupole, marking the end of the prototyping phase for the HL-LHC quadrupoles.
The booster synchrotron at Russia's NICA accelerator complex accelerated helium ions in late December.
Paolo Chiggiato and Leonel Ferreira explain the critical role that surface modification plays in big-science vacuum systems.